The entire point of going camping is to spend quality time with Mother nature. So why is it that most tents rudely block her (and the stars!) out at night? Holleyweb clearly doesn't see any reason to limit nature's beauty to daytime hours, which is why they created this transparent bubble tent that essentially lets you live outside without having to deal with finicky weather or annoying bugs.
The material is water-proof and fire retardant so you can set it up just about anywhere — and don't have to worry too much about your nearby bonfire. It's basically a two-person version of what Jake Gyllenhaal wore in Bubble Boy (minus the hunky celeb, sadly). The only catch? It's inflatable so you need a plug in order to keep it inflated. Oh and it will set you back $1,100. But both seem like easy fixes when you consider just how unique of a camping experience it will give you.
Want to set up camp and watch a pristine snowfall without suffering from frost bite?
What about a rela stream-side setting where the trickling water can lull you into a deep sleep at night?
Or perhaps you just want to watch the stars from the comfort of a tent even in the most ordinary of places (like your backyard!).
The possibilities are endless.
[via Bored Panda